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  • 13-Feb-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Mumbaikars rally behind SRK, throng cinema halls

    Shah Rukh Khan apologises for controversy over his film.

  • 12-Feb-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Newsmaker: Shravan Shroff

    Chain reaction

  • 09-Feb-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Discovery Networks: New discoveries

    Discovery Networks, which has a strong presence in India through its channels Travel & Living, Discovery and Animal Planet, has recently launched two new channels: Discovery Science and Discovery Turbo.

  • 04-Feb-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Overseas markets may rescue My name is Khan

    SRK film expected to earn up to 70% of collections abroad.

  • 04-Feb-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    'We plan content for internet, mobile platforms'

    Q&A: Puneet Kinra, CEO, Balaji Telefilms

  • 29-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    National Bingo Night hits the jackpot, for now

    Amitabh Bachchan wouldn’t mind losing this one. His son, Abhishek, who made his television debut on Colors, has managed the highest television viewership rating for any celebrity show with National Bingo Night.

  • 26-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Indian Premier League: Returning home

    Indian Premier League (IPL), the annual Twenty20 cricket championship aired on SET Max, will make a homecoming of sorts this year. In 2009, the second edition of IPL was played in South Africa because it coincided with the General Elections and the ...

  • 25-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Rs 35 crore at stake in IPL-3 after Sena threat to Aussies

    The third edition of the Indian Premier League, scheduled to begin in March, is under controversy after the Shiv Sena has opposed the participation of Australian cricketers in the domestic Twenty20 event, in the wake of ongoing attacks on Indian ...

  • 24-Jan-2010 | Surajeet Das Gupta & Aminah Sheikh

    IPL snub pinches Pak cricketers hard

    Shahid Afridi, others could have doubled income in 45 days.

  • 23-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    'It is the most important decision of my life'

    Q&A: Lalit Modi, Chairman, IPL

  • 19-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    YouTube to stream IPL-III matches live

    BCCI to partner Google India for the venture.

  • 16-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    INOX to buy majority stake in Fame India

    Theatre chain INOX Leisure is close to acquiring the promoters’ stake of 44 per cent in Shravan Shroff’s Fame India. The company has been valued at Rs 101 crore, much lower than its market capitalisation of Rs 134 crore.

  • 12-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    IPL bids likely to see much less money

    The money bid for foreign players in the next Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket tournament is likely to be much less this time.

  • 08-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Yash Raj Films' TV shows sputter, advertisers unhappy

    Yash Chopra’s small-screen debut with YRF TV on Sony Entertainment Channel has met with lukewarm response from viewers. Of the five shows Chopra launched, the reality show Lift Kara De, hosted by Karan Johar, and action thriller show Seven, ...

  • 07-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Bachchan Jr to rouse the aarami in you

    A few days back, if you were at Mumbai’s Dadar Railway Station or at Delhi’s Rajiv Gandhi Chowk Metro Station, you could not have missed a man sprawled on a sofa with a cushion that read: “Reserved for Abhishek Bachchan ...

  • 07-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Indian firm buys rights to make Chaplin animation

    DQ Entertainment, Method Animation and MK2 to collaborate to produce TV series, movies.

  • 05-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh & Ashish Sinha

    3 Idiots makes B'wood history

    Rakes in Rs 240 crore in 10 days.

  • 01-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    Yash Raj Films' five shows to fetch Sony Rs 50 cr

    Yash Chopra’s television debut — Yash Raj Films TV (YRF TV) — is expected to fetch Sony Entertainment Channel nearly Rs 50 crore from five shows.

  • 01-Jan-2010 | Aminah Sheikh

    A Bolly-good show for Indian cinema

    The Indian cinema has witnessed some key changes over the decade. The surge of multiplexes and digital screens, changing methods of distribution & promotion of films and rising actor remuneration — all have redefined the business of ...

  • 31-Dec-2009 | Aminah Sheikh

    70 mm comes closer to small screen

    A year ago one could not have imagined downloading a legal copy of a new Bollywood film within three months of the movie’s theatrical release. But filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra attempts to do just that with his recent release, 3 Idiots starring ...

  • 29-Dec-2009 | Aminah Sheikh

    Yash Raj Films: Big debut on small screen

    Yash Chopra, the king of romance in Bollywood, is all set to paint the small screen ‘red’ from January 1. Chopra’s YRF TV has partnered with general entertainment channel Sony Entertainment Television exclusively to launch five ...

  • 29-Dec-2009 | Aminah Sheikh

    UTV, Sun in talks for Tamil movie channel

    Ronnie Screwvala-promoted UTV is close to partnering with Sun TV Network for a Tamil movie channel. Sources say the two will form a joint venture under which UTV will dub movies from Hindi, English and other languages.

  • 27-Dec-2009 | Aminah Sheikh

    3 Idiots set to rake in Rs 65 cr in first 3 days

    3 Idiots has passed the cinegoer’s test with flying colours. The Aamir Khan-starrer raked in Rs 12.5 crore on Friday. Experts estimate the movie to net Rs 40 crore over the first weekend from the box office, with gross collections of Rs 65 ...

  • 25-Dec-2009 | Kalpana Pathak, Aminah Sheikh & Raghavendra Kamath

    Business upturn buzz in season's extravagant shows

    For filmstar Bipasha Basu, the New Year festivities will be a hugely rewarding experience. As she spreads cheer among fellow Mumbaikars, Basu will get a whopping Rs 2.47 crore for a 15-minute song-and-dance appearance at Mumbai’s Sahara Star, ...

  • 24-Dec-2009 | Aminah Sheikh

    Piece of nostalgia in Bollywood bazaar

    Wahid Mansoori (37) grew up watching Hindi movies from the 1930s. Courtesy his father’s habit of collecting Bollywood memorabilia, Mansoori now runs a business selling them.